posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 12:06 PM
I'm only going to post once more about this topic.
Make sure the connections to the battery are not loose.
Make sure any CEL's are fixed and properly diagnosed.
Check the spark plugs for abnormal colors, and replace as necessary.
Make sure to replace the spark plug wires if needed, and ignition coil too.
There's a host of other things todo so I'd search the internet for more solutions.
Also, tighten the gas cap...sometimes the car loses fuel pressure and can't regulate properly.
The more intricate things, like taking off the throttle body and cleaning it, or checking for proper spark at each plug, are reserved for more detail
orientated people like mechanics, or me for instance.
You can check for vacuum leaks too, because they cause gremlins in cars...
If you don't know how to do any of these things, I highly recommend taking to someone who does.
Keeping your car running is of utmost importance I'm sure.
Hope something helped.